October 3rd 1970: Janis Joplin, the undisputed queen of rock and roll, listens to the acoustic version of “Buried Alive in the Blues” at Sunset Sound Studios in Los Angeles. She is scheduled to record the vocals the following day…but she’ll never make it.
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